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Dr. Jose L. Contreras-Vidal is the Hugh Roy and Lillie Cranz Cullen Distinguished Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Site Director for the National Science Foundation Industry-University Collaborative Research Center on Building Reliable Advances and Innovations in Neurotechnologies (IUCRC BRAIN), and Director of the Laboratory for Noninvasive Brain-Machine Interface Systems at the University of Houston. He is also a Full Affiliate in the Department of Neurosurgery at the Houston Methodist Hospital and a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico.Dr. Contreras-Vidal's research focuses on neural, cognitive and rehabilitation engineering, and the design of noninvasive brain-machine interfaces (BMI) and wearable and therapeutical robotics to restore, augment or assist whole body movement after physical injury or neurological conditions. His laboratory has pioneered the development of noninvasive BMI systems based on scalp EEG to control motorized exoskeletons and robotic prosthetic limbs to restore motor function in individuals with spinal cord injury, stroke and limb amputation. His team has also developed experimental and computational approaches to acquire brain activity in 'action and in context' in complex real settings using context-aware mobile brain-body imaging (MoBI) technology to study aesthetics, creativity and innovation. Dr. Contreras-Vidal has pioneered the concept of "The Museum as a Public Laboratory" to understand brain dynamics in freely behaving individuals. Dr. Contreras-Vidal's research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the VA, ONR, the Cullen Foundation, Mission Connect - TIRR Foundation, and industry. He is in the editorial board of IEEE Human-Machine Systems, International Journal Mobile Human Computer Interaction, Frontiers in Neuroprosthetics, Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, Brain Computer Interfaces, and was a Guest Editor of an Special Issue on Mobile Brain-Body Imaging and the Neuroscience of Art, Creativity and Innovation in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. He was Chair/Co-Chair of the 2016/2017 International Conferences on Mobile Brain-Body Imaging and the Neuroscience of Art, Creativity and Innovation. Dr. Contreras-Vidal's research has reached specialized audiences and the general public through news and views reports published and/or highlighted by The Economist, Nature, Science News, Der Spiegel, National Science Foundation, Wall Street Journal, the Society for Neuroscience, O&P, Science, Nature, Scientific American, NPR's Science Friday, and Neurology Today among others. His career development in biomedical engineering has been highlighted in the magazine Science. Dario Robleto received his BFA from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1997. The Houston-based artist has had numerous solo exhibitions since 1997, most recently at the Menil Collection, Houston, TX (2014); the Baltimore Museum of Art (2014); the New Orleans Museum of Art (2012); and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver (2011). His work has been profiled in numerous publications and media including Radiolab, Krista Tippet's On Being, and the New York Times. In 2008 a 10-year survey exhibition, Alloy of Love, was organized by the Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, New York. Accompanied by a major monograph, Alloy of Love traveled to the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, Washington. Notable group shows include Prospect 4: The Lotus In Spite of the Swamp, New Orleans, LA (2017); Explode Every Day: An Inquiry into the Phenomena of Wonder, MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA (2016); SITE: 20 Years/20 Shows, SITE Santa Fe, NM(2015); Nouveau Festival 5th Edition, Centre Pompidou, Paris, FR (2014); The Record/Contemporary Art and Vinyl, Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, NC (2011); The Old, Weird America, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, TX (2008); and Whitney Bien
Foreword .- Introduction.- Part I.- Neuroaesthetics and Creativity: How Do the Creative Arts Engage the Human Mind and Promote Creativity and Innovation Across Fields?.- Introduction to Part I.- How Artists Think (or the History of Neuroaesthetics).- Art and Neuroscience: a State of the Union.- Brain Mechanisms of Creativity: What We Know, What We Don't.- SPECIAL MULTIMEDIA FEATURE: Interviews.- Part II: How Do Arts-Science Collaboration Create New Knowledge through Aesthetic Problem Solving?.- Introduction to Part II.- Myths and Realities of Art: Science Collaborations.- Forging New Paths between Art, Materials and Society.- Is Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder or an Objective Truth? A Neuroscientific Approach.- Part III: Brain Mechanisms of Aesthetic Perception and Artistic Brain-Computer Interfaces.- Introduction to Part III.- How We See Art and How Artists Make It.- Reverse Engineering of Creativity.- Chapter 9 (no title yet).- SPECIAL MULTIMEDIA FEATURE Your Brain on Art: Creativity in Sound, Movement and Visual Arts.- Part IV: Cognitive and Medical Applications: How Can Arts and Neuroscience Research Improve Physical and Mental Health and Promote Wellbeing?.- Introduction to Part IV.- Outcomes of Art Therapy Treatment for Military Service Members with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-Traumatic Stress.- Brain on Art therapy: Examining Processes and Outcomes of Art Making in Therapeutic Contexts.- Chapter 12: No title (TBC).- Part V. Mobile Brain-Body Imaging Technologies: How Disruptive Neurotechnologies Are Changing Science, Arts and Innovation.- Introduction to Part V.- Control Mechanisms in Artistic Brain-Computer Interfaces.- The Art, Science and Engineering of BCI Hackathons.- ArtScience Navigating the Ecology of Knowledge: Lessons Learned and Suggestions for Transdisciplinary Apprenticeships.- Part VI. How Can The Arts and Neuroscience Describe and Promote the Processes of Learning and Creativity in K-12 and Higher Education?.- Introduction to Part VI.- The Effects of Arts Integration on Learning: From Research to Practice.- Bach to Explore the Tension between Novelty and Familiarity and Examine the Implications for Imaging/Brain Science.- No title (TBA).- Part VII. Experiential Learning in Art-Science Hackathons.- Introduction to Part VII.- Brain and Painting.- Do, Re, Mi and EEG.- Purpose-Specific EEG Placement Prototype to Limit User Discomfort and Burden.- Harnessing Creative Skill Training in Artistic BCIs.- True Integration, the MoBI Hackathon for STEM informing Arts and Arts informing STEM.- Paint with Brainwaves: An Active BCI Painting Prototype.- Mediated Interdependence in Motion: A Co-op Augmented Reality and Brain-Computer Interface Installation.- Mind's EYE: Multimodal Theatrical Staging: An Alternative Picture of a Human Mind.- Part VIII: Roadmap.